Snapchat deleted photos' recovery possible
London: Snapchat, a popular app on Google's Android used for sharing photographs, has a small glitch, which is, once a photograph is shared and after the viewing time of up to 10 seconds expires the photograph is deleted from Snapchat servers.
Utah based Decipher Forensics, now however, claims that Snapchat photos are recoverable and do not disappear forever.
Though the process takes hours to recover the deleted photos, only 'right forensic tools' can help in retrieving the lost data. The recovering cost ranges between 300-500 dollars, reports BBC.
According to the report, Snapchat's founder Evan Speigal said that 150 million photographs are shared every day on the app. He denied that teenagers use this service to share explicit content.